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Pros: It worked in my Kodak ESP C310 with little trouble.
Cons: The color cartridge spewed me with ink when I removed the protective film from the ink area.
Other Thoughts: I recommend you take them outside and wear some thing you don't care too much about. Just in case you squirted with ink like I did.READ FULL REVIEW
Cons: Graphics are grainy making text hard to read.
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Other Thoughts: I thought my old 19" Dell monitor was going out. Turns out it was just this cable. Unplugged a 17" Dell that was my main display after my wife found a 900p monitor in a swap pile. Any who the 17" that looked awesome with the DVI cable that came from dell hooked up has the same grainy look as the old 19". So.. not a monitor problem but a cable problem.
I do recommend buying it onsale and having it for a spare if you're like me and only have plain VGA/DSub cables and monitors laying around. Since the newer graphics cards don't have DSub. Or atleast my HD 7850 doesn't.
This review is from: SABRENT USB-DSC8 USB 3.0 to SATA/IDE Hard Drive Adapter, AC Adapter
Pros: USB 3.0, SATA/IDE in one device.
transferred 32GB of Steam backups in around 20 minutes to an 3.5" 40GB IDE HDD.
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Cons: Files on a windows XP HDD are in accessible on windows 7. This is not the fault of the adapter however. But of Windows. So no eggs taken for that.
Other Thoughts: I have nothing to compare the speed to but I feel like 20 minutes for 32 GB is very good since my 8GB USB 2.0 Thumb drive takes around 15 mins to move around 7 GB's.
Also if you're using the old IDE drives be sure to set the pins so that it is a master drive. I've almost pulled my hair out over this several times.